Przemysław Łukasik

Przemysław Łukasik
Pedagogical University of Cracow · Institute of Political Science

PhD

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The article provides an overview of the most important challenges in Poland’s relations with neighbouring countries at the beginning of the twentyfirst century in terms of understanding past events and their presence in the historical consciousness of societies. The “historical relations” with Lithuania, Germany, Russia and Ukraine were analysed. T...
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While the search for the essence of truth has its ancient record, the concept of post-truth is the most modern one. The concept of post-truth means situations in which facts have less influence on shaping public opinion than emotions and personal beliefs. New media, in particular social media and digital society, are an important medium nolens vole...
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We cordially invite you to the 2nd International scientific conference: ’History as an Instrument of Contemporary International Conflicts’. This conference will be held, like first edition, at Pedagogical Univeristy of Cracow, on November 9-10, 2021. We hope that our meeting will include new insightful analyses of the most important international d...
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It is difficult to speak of a historical dispute in the case of Greek compensation claims for losses suffered during WWII by Nazi Germany. This is because the German side has repeatedly taken responsibility for the harm done to the Greek people. Germany is also a country that has paid over 75 billion in damages by 2016 with various categories of vi...
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As a concept of dialogical history we understand the process of creating transnational memory in the course of complementing individual national memories. In the opinion of the German memoryologist Aleida Assmann, the creator of the concept, dialogue history is particularly important for nations with a difficult past. A responsible and empathic te...
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The future of challenges for NATO related to new wars, failed states, and globalization are the subject of the emerging analyses, and the sources for them are, among others, the experience of military operations in Afghanistan and Libya. For the current and future alliance, the most geographically important places of uncertainty in this area are No...
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The NATO without the United States concept seems to be on the verge of futurological discourse and science fiction. This does not change the fact that the discourse on the possible duration of the North Atlantic alliance with the limited participation of the American partner existed in the past and will probably continue in the future. The discours...
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By the concept of dialogical memory we understand the process of creating transnational memory in the course of complementing individual national memories. In the opinion of its inventor, the German memoryologist Aleida Assmann, dialogical memory is particularly important for the nations with a difficult past. A responsible and empathic narration o...
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At the threshold of the twenty-first century, America as a state and symbol, a monument to a certain idea, is still the object of the world's contestation. Although German anti-Americanism is only part of this contestation, it is very important, because it was German philosophers and historians who created the ideological foundations of America's c...
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The paper describes the infamous massacre of Armenians from Armenian and Turkish perspectives. The authors presented how this subject has been used in the politics of memory of both states over the decades. The article was published at: www.geopolitic.ro/13580/the-massacre-of-armenians-during-world-war-i-in-the-politics-of-memory-of-armenia-and-tur...
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The conflict in Ukraine, which flared up at the turn of 2013 and 2014, has become the biggest challenge for security of Central and Eastern Europe since the fall of the USSR. Occupation of Crimea and war in Donbas also initiated a debate on the geopolitical conditions of US-EU-Russia relations. The confrontation divided analysts and politicians int...
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Polish-Turkish relations, despite the geographical distance, are one of the best. In speeches and policy statements they are even determined as a "strategic partnership" . Last year these two countries celebrated the 600th anniversary of diplomatic relations . This event was an opportunity for mutual visits of political representatives in Warsaw an...
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This essay is an intellectual language game inspired by literature or, as we could assert, a narrative history told in images by that most famous of English poets, William Shakespeare. Through the eyes of his literature, we will reconsider and present specific tendencies and relationships in international affairs between states, nations, and contin...
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‘Anti-Americanism’ is a solid critical attitude towards the American social, economic, and political institutions, traditions, and values. It is also the opposition and the hostility towards the government, culture, and the American nation. It is marked by the tendency to interpret American actions through the prism of pre-established notions and n...

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